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  • Development Services Department has moved to the second floor

    Jan 24, 2019 | Read More News
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    Pima County Development Services has moved its offices from the first floor to the second floor of the Public Works Building, 201 N. Stone Ave. 

    The move was made to accommodate renovations to first-floor offices, which the department has occupied since 1991. The updates are necessary to better serve customers and prepare the office for changes that have occurred in the ways the public is served. 
    Public Works Building
    In the nearly 30 years since moving into to the current space the development industry has undergone many changes, shifting from an industry where all materials were submitted on paper to one where the majority of work is done digitally. Today, most customers submit plans electronically through the Development Services website, no longer needing to submit physical plans over the counter. 

    New software and GIS technology has streamlined the plan review process allowing staff to complete reviews more quickly. In addition, with most records and documents stored electronically, the public now has remote access and no longer needs to come to the office to request and view plans and other documents. 


    improvements include a new HVAC system, open floor plan, additional conference spaces and a modernized lobby area for customers. 

    Once the renovations are completed, Development Services will be consolidated on the first floor, rather than the two floors occupied now.